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  • CCD Technology
    The "CURE" for the Common Triangulation Laser.
  • Why Use the 2-Dimensional Data Matrix?
    . These codes could be read by conventional reading equipment, such as laser or CCD handheld scanners. Some examples of stacked codes are Code 49, Code 16K and PDF417.
  • Dispersive Raman Spectrometers
    Dispersive Raman spectrometers measure the wavelength and intensity of inelastically-scattered light. They use visible lasers, a grating, and charged-coupled detectors (CCD) to collect data. In most dispersive Raman spectrometers, the CCD is a silicon array. The laser acts as a light source
  • Optical Linear Encoders
    by an opaque line; and reflective systems in which lines are segments of nonreflective space on a strip between reflective segments. Advanced optical technologies include laser light sources and charge coupled device (CCD) imaging of scales.
  • Medical Device Link .
    laser desktop micromachining workstation has an optional high-resolution CCD camera, frame grabber, and software. Machine vision can concurrently check critical dimensions, look for contamination, and pass or fail parts. The workstation features linear motors on air bearings, a 9 x 12-in. cutting
  • Medical Device Link .
    are equipped with EasyLabel software to create and manage label layout. The company also offers a complete range of bar code scanners that use CCD and laser technology. Custom Engineering S.p.A., Parma (MO), Italy. A company specializes in the production of rotary heat-sealing machines. The range
  • Pulling out the stops
    distribution, circuit breakers, and heater SSRs along the top. A PLC mounts in the bottom left. Servomotor-powered pinch drives are electronically geared to either a programmed speed or to input from an upstream size-feedback device such as a laser micrometer or CCD-based vision system. The rollers
  • Development and Application of a MHz Frame Rate
    , quantitative flow measurement system. The imaging system is comprised of a MHz repetition rate pulse-burst mode laser built in-house and a commercial MHz framing rate charged coupled device (CCD) camera. The laser is capable of producing a wide range of inter-pulse spacings (0.5 to 20 ?s

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